Update on Aug 12, 12:55 pm ist
The people of Italy are troubled by the heat and are resorting to the beaches and air-conditioned places to get relief.
Heat and heat have wreaked havoc in Europe. The highest temperature in European history was recorded in Sicily, Italy. On Wednesday, the Meteorological Department recorded a temperature of 48.8 degrees in Syracuse, Sicily, which is the highest temperature ever.Let us tell that the people here are troubled by the heat and are resorting to the beaches and air-conditioned places to get relief. Let us tell you that the people here are troubled by the heat and are resorting to the beaches and air-conditioned places to get relief. will break.
According to reports - this temperature has come to the fore amidst the scorching heat spreading from the Mediterranean Sea to Tunisia and Algeria. The Italian government has declared a state of emergency. Turkey and Greece are in the grip of this devastating fire. The temperature of 48.8 degrees was measured at a station in Syracuse, Sicily.And this was confirmed by the meteorological officials of the same island. Let us tell you that even in July, the temperature in the western part of Europe was recorded above normal. In Greece too, the temperature has crossed 47 degrees. This huge devastation has occurred due to the fire in the forests of Greece. People are being advised to be careful about problems like heat stroke and de-hydration.
According to a report by Nick Gollage (University of Wellington) - after three years of writing and two weeks of virtual negotiations to approve the final form, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) confirms that Earth's climate is changing in every continent and every ocean - The amount of ocean warming will continue to increase for the rest of the current century, and this trend is likely to continue until 2300 even if emissions are lowIt also concluded that carbon dioxide emissions are the main driver of open ocean acidification and are increasing faster than at any time in at least 26,000 years.
It can also be said with confidence that oxygen levels in many ocean regions have declined since the mid-20th century and the frequency of ocean heatwaves has doubled since the 1980s, becoming longer and more intense.Greenhouse gas emissions since 1750 mean that future ocean warming cannot be prevented throughout this century. The rate of change depends on our future emissions, but this process is now irreversible on time scales ranging from century to millennium.